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Cabrillo Theatre Arts Department presents Cabrillo Theatre Festival 2013
Wednesday, May 01, 2013, 02:00pm - 12:00am
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April 19 - May 12 Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm and 9:20 pm Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2:00 pm and 3:20 pm Cabrillo Black Box Theater Ticketing options: - Single performance tickets: $10, $7 Cabrillo SAC holders - Two different performances: $18 general, $12 Cabrillo SAC holders (available at the Box Office only) - Group rates: $80 (10 tickets to the same show, available at the Box Office only) - Membership Pass: $50 (choice of 9 different shows, individually ticketed) To purchase SAC card holder packages and group rates, please visit or call the box office at 831-479-6154. Cabrillo Theater Arts Department presents a festival of plays, storytelling and improv from the local theatre community in collaboration with Cabrillo students. The Cabrillo Theatre Festival presents nine different shows, each performing multiple times through May 12. Co-artistic directors Sarah Albertson and Donald Grube. The festival will include: - Friends of Gus presents "Eleanora Duse Dies in Pittsburgh" by Don Nigro, directed by Robin Aronson - Lampshade Productions presents "Handy Dandy" by William Gibson, directed by Scott Kravitz - "Believe It Or Not," storytelling written and performed by Erica Lann-Clark and Olga Loya - SEETheatre presents "Turn of the Screw" by Jeffrey Hatcher from story by Henry James, directed by Ryan Spencer - Van Antwerp Theatre Company presents "Blackbird" by David Harrower, directed by Joan Van Antwerp - "Death," by Woody Allen, directed by Adam Stanton - Improv Troupe UM GEE UM - Rainbow Theatre Company presents "Breath Boom" by Kia Corthron, directed by Karmina Mendez and Dondre Coleman - SideReal Theatre Company presents "A Contemporary American's Guide to a Successful Marriage, circa 1959" by Robert Bastron, directed by Davis Banta

Location : Cabrillo Black Box Theater, 6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos
Contact : http://www.cabrillovapa.com - (831) 479-6154
$10 for General Admission, $7 w/ a Cabrillo Student Activity Card

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